OSHA Record-Keeping Compliance Webinar
1-Hour CareerTrack Webinar
In an effort to ensure all non-exempt
organizations meet employee health, environmental, and safety standards, OSHA
has been getting tougher on companies and cracking down on record-keeping
practices in particular. With the complexity of OSHA's rules, regulations, and
record-keeping requirements, are you confident that your organization is safe
from potentially costly penalties, fines, and even legal action?
The U.S. government is taking OSHA violations more seriously than ever: 130 new
OSHA inspectors have been added in 2010, the number of inspections has increased
10%, and both citations and penalties have increased dramatically. More
specifically, record-keeping practices are bearing the brunt of many meticulous
reviews. During a 12-month span ending in October 2009, OSHA inspections
resulted in more than 114,000 citations for violations and fines in excess of
$138 million. Of those, nearly 3,000 citations were issued specifically for
non-compliance with record-keeping regulations.
Given the troubled economy, many organizations may be tempted to cut corners on
safety in an effort to conserve resources, but the potential for serious
consequences is only going to increase. The federal government has proposed
extensive budget expansions for OSHA in both 2010 and 2011, with an emphasis on
enforcement and increased on-site inspections. Now more than ever, it's
imperative that you and your organization take extra precautions to ensure
complete compliance with OSHA's record-keeping policies and procedures!
In the long run, cutting safety programs leads to higher accident rates,
higher health insurance premiums, and closer scrutiny from OSHA inspectors,
resulting in hefty fines and penalties if infractions are found.
If you're even the slightest bit concerned or confused about OSHA's strict and
comprehensive record-keeping rules and procedures, this powerful webinar is a
must-attend! Our OSHA expert will provide you with tips and best practices for
quickly getting up to speed on OSHA's record-keeping regulations. We'll cover
the latest record-keeping practices, teach you how to log employee incidents
properly, discuss how to maintain records in accordance with OSHA's current
standards, and present the solid documentation that OSHA demands.
The federal government has increased financial penalties for citations, and
legislation is in process to increase serious violation penalties as well, in
some cases up to $250,000. Leaving your OSHA record-keeping practices to chance
is risky business — and the consequences of violation are too great!
Don't hope you're in compliance … know you are, and be ready when OSHA
inspectors come calling! In just one fast-paced hour, this exciting webinar will
- The distinctions in OSHA regulations between
reporting, documentation, and record keeping
- How to determine if your organization is
covered by OSHA's record-keeping requirements or if you are exempt
- How to maintain forms 300, 300A, and 301 in
accordance with OSHA's rules
- Which injuries and illnesses are required to
be recorded under OSHA regulations
- OSHA records retention requirements: what you
need to know
- Resources to help you research further
questions about OSHA record keeping
Who will benefit?
OSHA Record-Keeping Compliance is essential for human resources personnel,
workers' compensation administrators, safety directors, business owners, claims
and insurance professionals, controllers, bookkeepers, attorneys, and every
professional responsible for preparing and maintaining records of work-related
injuries and illnesses.
Don't wait another day to gain the knowledge and know-how to ensure your
record-keeping practices are in complete compliance with OSHA standards! You're
making sure that your organization is doing everything it can to keep employees
safe and limit the risk of harmful accidents in the workplace, so make sure
you're giving your organization the same benefit. Enroll today and get
up-to-the-minute information for following proper OSHA record-keeping procedure
to avoid unnecessary inspections and fines!
WEBINAR Start Time: 1-Hour CareerTrack Webinar
2 pm Eastern
1 pm Central
12 pm Mountain
11 am Pacific
10 am Alaskan
9 am Hawaiian
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Immediately following the Webinar, the phone line
will be opened up to conference participants who wish to submit questions to our
speaker, time permitting.